What Everybody Ought To Know

About Getting Paid For Tweeting and Posting


Why Am I Sharing This Information

Because I know it is possible.

Having paid over $10000 in the last couple of years to
have somebody else writing tweets, and posting on my
Facebook page for a Fashion project I know that this
is real.

Maybe you are looking for ways to make an extra income
and have trouble finding something that you can start
doing immediately. It may require little specialised
knowledge, however it is something that does take time.

What is it about time

Time is the whole secret here.

You see, we all *sell* our time in one way or another.

Study spend the time and get a well paid job.
Work spend time doing something that has value to the company and get paid.
Watch TV spend time doing nothing and get entertained.

So everything is about time and you may have some spare time, that you can use.

I have time but I have nothing to offer

In this Internet time many companies are looking for ways to
get in contact with customers.

It used to be advertising, now social media is the new hot thing.

But, many companies do not really get social media and that is
where you have an opportunity.

You can get paid for tweeting and posting on Facebook.

Why would anybody get paid to send tweets and posts on Facebook

The marketing budget of companies is now being shifted from
traditionally advertising to social media.

And while there is a good knowledge of how advertising work
it is people who already use twitter and Facebook that are
in demand now.

An advertisement, like

‘Buy these new headphones, with great features and a good price’

will not work as well as a tweet from a friend saying

‘I bought these new headphones, with great features and a good price’

This is Social Proof.

If you like a product your friends may be more interested in getting it themselves.

But what did you get in return for the tweet? Nothing.

What Are Typical Tasks

Some of the most typical tasks are

  • Posting status updates to Facebook
  • Updating blog posts
  • Commenting on YouTube videos
  • Posting tweets to Twitter
  • Uploading videos to YouTube
  • Replying to comments on Facebook

How much do you have to work

This is really up to you. There are no guarantees of a minimum income,
because one person may put in 4 hours a week another 40 hours.

In fact, you are the one deciding how much your income will be.

When should you start

Now is a good time!

Start small, find one task, do it well and consistent then
add an extra job.

Consistency is what is needed in this task, it doesn’t help neither
you nor your client, if your tweets are once every 3 weeks.

If you do not think you can put some time aside for your task regularly
then this is not for you. Just saying…

Want to know more

You probably have other questions that I have not answered.
Naturally I can not tell you everything about getting paid
for tweeting and posting on Facebook in this short blog post.

If you want further information have a look at this site.


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Working in IT for longer that I care to remember and in more countries than is normal. Interests besides computers and programming are skiing, gardening, constructing electronics and having a good time.

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